WAY too many throw-away episodes this season half. Let's hope Matt & Trey enjoy their summer break, hopefully away from The Book Of Mormon which seems to be top priority these days, thus more lame episodes like this one.
Last week was great. The week before was as well and the week before.
But this ep joins Funnybot, A Million Little Fibers in the "throw away" catigory.
I hope and pray next week will be good. Its our last chance til October.
And poor Butters gets roped into someone else's crap when he's just trying to be a kid.
I'll guess some people will be bumming the fab four were background characters in this one, but it still worked for me. Butters can carry an episode.
This season is turning out to be fine, just fine.
You read it! You can't unread it!
my words exactly
DuelGundam2099 wrote:I can safely say that this episode has the best twist since they revealed Cartman's real father in 201. It was also really enjoyable.
Finally a twist this season something NOBODY EXCEPECTED. i really like eps like that.
i just wonder if we will see any more mr janus/sh*tty wok guy conflicts?
And I know im just screaming at a wall here but seriously wil we ever see a Kenny or stan ep EVER?
That whole thing with Lu Kim was just pure genius. I will never watch an episode with him the same way again. In terms of hilarity, it was funniest act 1, creepier act 2, and a complete mindfuck in act 3. Constant shifts in the episode's plot keep you on your toes, and keep each new scene fresh. Overall, I thought it was a very good episode, and I hope for something this amazing next week.
You read it! You can't unread it!
But oh well. You didn't really need them. This episode was great.
I liked Butters plot. How his parents and the doctor took his child's imagination as multiple personalities. The adults are so stupid sometimes, and I love it.
Lu Kim's plot (seemed more A-plot than Butters) was fantastic. I love the inclusion of the Rape of Nanking (which not many people know about) and the Japanese suicide rates. And how Lu Kim delivered his presentation.
It was all priceless.
The ending was good.
The Japanese/Chinese (wait, teriyaki isn't Chinese?!) plot was funny.
The doctor peeing on Butters, and how his other personalities would bring him along and he'd snap back out, etc.
I liked this episode.
Hopefully you guys end on a good note. I'd like to see a Stan episode, or Kenny, or even Mr. Garrison. Kyle, Butters, and Cartman have had a lot of screen time thus far.
I kind-of want to see Kenny die again. (as morbid as that sounds)
As the ending came I thought this episode was starting to get stupid, hoping we see Kevin among the Chinese, or Professor Chaos come out, or something. Wondering why they introduced like a fifth damn psychologist character.
That just... kind of blew me out of the water. And to think I just did a whole mansion murder mystery fic. Now South Park's done it. This episode was a great reminder what makes South Park such an amazing series.
I never saw that bit coming at all. At all.
Lu Kim and his obsession with the Japanese man was great!
And I mean, holy hell, what a twist! I'm pretty sure nobody saw that coming.
And poor Butters was put in the middle of it all! (multiple personalities? Pfft, he's ten! He can be whatever he wants.) I'm glad xD
Anybody else notice he didn't get to burn his Prof. Chaos costume? <3
And it all began with Butters in City Wok talking with Lu Kim:
RougeCupcake wrote:Anybody else notice he didn't get to burn his Prof. Chaos costume? <3
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